Jessica started working in the lab in 2016. She received her bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from the University of Oklahoma where her interest in research first began. Setting aside her efforts in synthesizing copper complexes to understand the prevention of greenhouse emissions indefinitely, she began assisting and coordinating projects in social behavioral research at the OU Child Study Center. Jessica is a lifelong student and when she is not managing projects for Dr. Wagener, she is either in class, helping design structural foundations for an engineering firm, or hanging (safely) from the cliffs of the Ozarks in Arkansas.
Son, Jessica M., Chaudhuri, U.P., Houser, R.P. (2008). Copper complexes of N–(3–pyridylmethyl) acetamide.
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